Coles Crossing, Cypress, Texas
The Garage Sale will begin Saturday, April 1st, 2017 from 7am-1pm.
This neighborhood-wide Garage Sale brings in many guests into Coles so be aware of increased traffic during the morning Hours of April 1st. The proceeds from your registration go to paying for a display ad in the Chronicle and supporting to our Boy Scout Troop 246 program. The signs you purchase $11 (including $5 deposit) will be available anytime for pickup M-F 8:30-5:30 until Friday, March 31st at 6 pm at the Community Center. Your sign can be returned until 3:00 pm on Saturday, April 1st for a $5 refund.
We ask that you drive slowly through our busy neighborhood as there are many other activities occurring.
Some background about our neighborhood:
We are tucked into the wooded backdrop of Northwest Houston, Coles Crossing has created a warm family environment since 1998. Located at the junction of US Highway 290 and Barker Cypress Road. A master-planned community focused on preserving the natural environment, Coles Crossing offers 2,630 single-family home sites, as well as commercial and multi-family sites, nestled in 1,500 acres of forested land.
Residents of Coles Crossing purchase more than just a good home, they also enjoy a host of amenities like 175 acres of recreational facilities, neighborhood patrols and backdoor garbage pick-up. The numerous recreation areas feature sports practice fields, a freeform swimming pool with fountains and “lazy river” water feature, lighted tennis courts, an indoor fitness center, and fishing ponds. Sprinkled throughout the neighborhood are parks, playgrounds and miles of greenbelt trails in addition to a 56-acre Nature Park along Cypress Creek with 2.5-mile nature trail.
As part of Cy-Fair I.S.D., “Texas’ largest ‘recognized’ district,” Coles Crossings students attend Sampson Elementary, Goodson Middle School, and Cy-Woods High School. Also available are two branches of Cy-Fair College located in close proximity.
A community of neighbors, Coles Crossing offers a wide variety of activities for residents year-round, from summer concerts and Labor Day picnics to the annual Fall Festival, Christmas at the North Pole, Horse Drawn Carriage Rides to view holiday lights, and many other events, we call them “Coles Crossing Family Traditions” The family environment from competition swimming to old-fashioned block parties makes Coles Crossing a unique atmosphere that always keeps community in mind.